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Enterprise Monitoring as a Service frees up capital to resource and maintain your technology

    Read about the upsides of an ‘as-a-Service’ approach for CFOs

    How can you increase financial flexibility while supporting strategic priorities?

    With a service designed to mitigate risk and spur value creation

    Budget availability to keep up with changes in technology. Unplanned expenditure requests that require tradeoffs. CFOs have plenty of challenges that come with resourcing and maintaining patient monitoring technology. To explore a solution, Philips surveyed health professionals and learned that what the industry needs from us is a strategic partnership that focuses on value, not just technology.

     

    This insight set the foundation for Enterprise Monitoring as a Service (EMaaS). The flexible service model allows you to access capabilities that are aligned to your performance and growth goals – without the burden of complete equipment management or having to go through extensive contract negotiations and procurement cycles.

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    A shared-risk service model for strategic growth

     

    Philips shares responsibility for your successful standardization, adoption and continuous improvement of system use over the long term, so you can effectively manage patient care.

     

    With EMaaS, you get:

     

    • A standardized technology platform and its management
    • Clinical services that flex to your changing needs
    • Ongoing planning and performance management services
    • Flexible levels of support, depending on how you want to manage budgets and asset ownership
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    Is this way of doing business right for you?


    Answer 3 quick questions and get immediate feedback about whether Enterprise Monitoring as a Service could address your current challenges.
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    Are unplanned expenses forcing you to postpone investing in monitoring system updates, education and improvements?

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    How valuable is OPEX spending over CAPEX as a feature in a service-based models?

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    How valuable is OPEX spending over CAPEX as a feature in a service-based models?

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    How valuable is OPEX spending over CAPEX as a feature in a service-based models?

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    Are you willing to consider vendor ownership of patient monitoring assets?

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    Are you willing to consider vendor ownership of patient monitoring assets?

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    Are you willing to consider vendor ownership of patient monitoring assets?

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    Are you willing to consider vendor ownership of patient monitoring assets?

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    Are you willing to consider vendor ownership of patient monitoring assets?

    Based on your answers, your hospital:
    Could strongly benefit from EMaaS


    Congratulations! Based on your answers, it looks like EMaaS may be the ideal solution for your patient monitoring needs. Let us connect you with a team member to start the conversation about how EMaaS can be tailored to you. 

    Based on your answers, your hospital:
    Might benefit from EMaaS


    Your answers indicate that Enterprise Monitoring as a Service (EMaaS) could benefit your hospital. Get in touch for a customized analysis that will give you details about a possible fit, or to learn about another option that might suit your needs.

    Based on your answers, your hospital:
    Would benefit from a different solution right now


    You’re not alone. In our survey of healthcare leaders, 30% stated that this model wasn’t feasible for them right now, even though nearly all of them said it was the way to go. We’re happy to talk about your options in the short- and longer-term. 

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    The upsides of an ‘as-a-Service’ approach for healthcare CFOs

     

    • Financial flexibility for better balance between capital expenditure (CapEx) and operating expenditure (OpEx) resources
    • Optimize working capital, predictably forecast spend and ensure financial investment decisions are tied to clinical KPIs and operational performance
    • Enables CFOs to be more strategic about the investments they make in enterprise technology systems
    • Visibility into systems costs, like patient monitors, based on usage
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    Deliver financial and operational improvements with a predictable spend

     

    Always-accessible Philips expertise provides you with resources for planned, sustainable access to the latest technology, education and clinical capabilities.

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    Facilitates shared accountability and risk through vendor partnership
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    Leverages the latest monitoring technology without the initial large capital outlay
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    Provides a predictable spend tied to patient volume
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    Gains visibility of costs to monitor patients based on usage
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    Aligns Philips-managed technology to your immediate and long-term needs, including growth

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    Benefits across the hospital

     

    With flexible service levels and dedicated improvement projects, EMaaS provides access to appropriate patient monitoring and support capabilities while partnering on long-term initiatives, such as patient safety, care delivery quality, operational improvements and financial predictability.

    Benefits across the hospital

     

    With flexible service levels and dedicated improvement projects, EMaaS provides access to appropriate patient monitoring and support capabilities while partnering on long-term initiatives, such as patient safety, care delivery quality, operational improvements and financial predictability.

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